It scares me,
Monday. 12.8.08 11:13 am
A mind is far more advanced than the brain.
Sunday. 12.7.08 7:01 pm
If you think about it.
When the word "brain" comes to mind (heh), I think of someone being asked a question and automatically knowing the answer, without any kind of mental challenge or thought process. Nothing logical, no personal opinion or preference or solution, just a short, straight-forward, simple question, with a short, straight-forward, simple answer.
When I think of the word "mind" it gives me a different kind of feel. A mind seems likes something where you think more.
Actually, no, scratch all of that.
A brain seems to me like it is used in terms of a more mathematical,
UGH. LOST IT AGAIN. SORRY.
It is ok...
Thursday. 12.4.08 8:06 pm
Monday. 12.1.08 8:30 pm
To bring unhappiness upon another being is frowned upon.
To bring unhappiness upon thyself is frowned upon.
To bring unhappiness upon another being for one's own happiness is frowned upon in the eyes of others.
To bring unhappiness upon thyself for the happiness of another being is frowned upon in one's own eyes.
Which scenario wins?
We will all ultimately fail at making every aspect of life beautiful. We eliminate the bad, encourage the good, and we are content. Personal beliefs and outside influences have somehow balanced out one another. We are happy, others are unhappy with us. We strive to make those others happy once again, and we become *discontent.
There never seems to be some kind of compromise in a difficult situation. One or the other. Left or right. Yes or no. There is no maybe, perhaps, possibly, or perchance. Life throws us decisions that appear as impossibilities. We are commonly faced with daily decisions that could impact the rest of our lives.
Depression: A condition of general emotional dejection and withdrawal; sadness greater and more prolonged than that warranted by any objective reason.
I am going to post a blog every time I make another dollar.
Wednesday. 11.26.08 7:22 pm
That's hard-earned pay, right there.
Just kidding, really.
I've noticed since the beginning of Junior year that a lot of people hype up about high school like it is the best thing ever. Attention: WRONG-O. Honestly, I cannot wait to get out of high school and in to college. Freshman and Sophomore year were alright, but God, get me out of here.
I swear, they should force teenagers to be home-schooled. Hormones are at their peak; people are "discovering" who they really are; having hundreds of these people crammed into a relatively small building...you'd think that we would prepare better for ultimate destruction. I mean, really, we kind of develop who we are in high school. You'd think that if you skip all the bullshit, you'd have a lot nicer of a population.
The using, the grades, the parents, the friends, the back-stabbers, the teachers, the authority figures, the rules, the sex drive, the hormones, the druggies, the alcoholics, the cliques, the poor, the rich, the loved, the lost, the money, the everything else a typical high-schooler could potentially encounter.
The people, the places, the things, the pain and the joy.
Welcome to High school, kid.
Edit--WOW. I just realized how negative I sound. Sorry! :-P
Tuesday. 11.25.08 12:06 pm
Should I be frightened by the fact that your words lack the truth I so desperately desire?
NuTang is the first web site to implement PPGY Technology. This page was generated in 0.006seconds.
|All content © Copyright 2003-2047 NuTang.com and respective members. Contact us at NuTang[AT]gmail.com.|